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DC: self-reliant and analytical  //DC=CD

You feel that this situation requires you to be analytical and to trust your own judgment. Task-oriented, you may seem aloof; indeed, you seldom ask others for advice. You have strong points of view and will defend them if challenged. You’re probably working hard on what you strongly believe is the right course of action because you’ve taken the time to think it through.

Seeing what others overlook. The quality of your work often meets or exceeds the project’s requirements. In addition, you may be putting a lot of thought into solving problems. You have a gift for predicting trouble before it happens because you see issues others have missed.

Sticking to your guns. You have strong ideas about right and wrong; there are rarely shades of gray on your palette. You’ve thought things through, and you’re sure your course of action is right, but others may think you’re being stubborn. To help them see things from your point of view, explain how you got from point A to point B.

You know your worth. If you have advanced training or years of experience, you probably feel that you know more than others do. While you’re willing to offer advice, your skills may be best applied to tasks you can do on your own. Working alone allows you to put your analytical skills to good use. You probably have earned a reputation for producing excellent results. It’s worth giving you the freedom to think things through and consider a task from several angles.
If a project depends on input from others as well as yourself, you’re likely to be frustrated by having to share control and waiting for others to do their part. You will keep your mouth closed, but if you feel they’re hurting the quality of the project, you’ll quietly walk out.

DC Style

Motivates you

  • Situations in which quality and accuracy are important
  • Having time to think things through
  • Working independently
  • Doing your part

De-motivates you

  • Sharing control over tasks you feel best qualified to handle
  • Waiting for others to do their part

Your preferred environment

  • Commitment to quality
  • Time to examine issues from multiple perspectives
  • Clear rules, procedures, and objectives
  • High performance standards


You avoid or dislike

  • Impulsive actions and quick decisions
  • Group analysis
  • Getting the advice of others

To be more effective

  • Ask questions and offer advice throughout the process, not just at critical or stressful points.
  • Thought you know your plan is right, check in with others and bring them on board




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